In ESPN The Magazine, Howard Bryant makes a case against NBA and NFL owners who say a salary cap is necessary for parity, using the example of MLB's exciting pennant races.
Albert Pujols' contract with the Angels is a clear indication of Major League Baseball's strength and stability next to the uncertainty of Chris Paul's future in the NBA.
Willie Mays turns 80 Friday, and although the years have aged the player once called the "Say Hey Kid," his superstar legacy remains intact.
San Francisco will always have the 2010 World Series championship to celebrate. But the rest of us should remember baseball the way it was in 2010, because it might never be the same.
Now that they've ended 56 years of torment, the Giants must learn to embrace a new, unfamiliar course as champions.
The Red Sox like to celebrate 'Pumpsie' Green, their first black player. On the 50th anniversary of Green's first appearance, Howard Bryant questions the propriety of those celebrations.